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>> don't spoil it for you. >> there's angie goff. i'm mike hydeck. howard bernstein weather first. the heat is on my friend. >> it sure is. it is only may. what will the rest of the summer bring us if we were 96 yesterday. scott was talking about that tied the record at bwi. that was the only record we got close to. today, we'll have some issues especially at dulles. record high, 94. i think that will fall. looking at today's day planner, plenty of sunshine. plenty of heat, plenty of humidity. code orange air quality. heat advisory into effect at noon. basically, if you can stay out of the heat, stay out of it. if you have to be outside, be smart. hydrate. do what you can to stay cool today. we'll have temperatures by noon, 89 degrees. my dog didn't want to go outside to do her business. she ran out, ran in, that was it. here is your heat index. covers just about everybody except the mountains on the eastern shore. temperatures right now 78. it has gone up a degree. since last hour in annapolis.
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heat is coming in off the bay. 69 in martinsburg. there is a touch of fog toward manassas and gaithersburg, you sit at a balmy 70. angie goff, happy tuesday. >> back at you, howard. thank you very much. we're going to get into our new hour and keep on the green light. looks like we have a great start to our tuesday commute. focusing on 95, if you're making the northbound trip out, still we remain delay-free all the way up to the mixing bowl. we have good evidence of that. drivers are moving at speed. moving back over to our real time graphics, this time, we'll show you 66. we've been tracking the eastbound travelers since early on. so far, so good. no problems to report all the way out of haymarket. if you're continuing through manassas to inside the beltway, looks like a crystal clear drive. let's talk about your times. if you're traveling via 95 going southbound, 216 down to the beltway, only about nine minutes. no complaints from 95 over to 27 0, the inner loop from route 4 pennsylvania to the wilson
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bridge, only about a nine minute drive. the bw parkway, we're tracking it in my next traffic report. mike and andrea, i'll have that coming up. over to you. if you look at the calendar, of course, today is officially the last day of may. >> but as howard told us, we're experiencing some midsummer temperatures for a second straight day and this heat alert can be dangerous if you're caught unprepared. 9news now reporter surae chinn is live in mclean, virginia, with more. good morning, surae. >> good morning. being prepared means you've got lots of bottled water. maybe you need a couple, not a bad idea for today. hey, this board on the bank says 5:02, it is 74 degrees. it doesn't feel all that bad. it is muggy, of course, it is going to get worse when the sun comes up. just like yesterday. >> sun was beating on me. this heat just came and smacked me. >> marching band members, one oi one, had to be loaded on to stretchers and taken to the hospital. they endured the sweltering
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heat as they marched the memorial day parade route but it was too much for some. many overcome by the soaring temperatures and high humidity. there were those who had to be carried on to air-conditioned metrobuses. >> we sent about four to the hospital. heat exhaustion, we had one with asthma. and just -- the heat got to them. >> i was blacking out a few times. i almost passed out. >> well, d.c. fire and ems crews treated about -- well, they treated dozens of people for heat exhaustion. the heat advisory begins at noon until 8:00. it is also a code orange and that means the air quality is pretty bad. that people who are susceptible such as the elderly children, pets should be inside. so just watch out for them. check on your neighbors. check on the elderly, your children, make sure they're in a cool spot so they aren't overexerting themselves outside doing extra serious activity outside or exercise either. back to you, andrea and mike.
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>> places like the nationals baseball game, we realized there was a cooling center. they anticipated the heat. we learned about anyone else opening one? >> we haven't heard of cooling centers open. maybe it is too early and we haven't had a long stretch of really oppressive heat but you know, you have to think of cooler places such as the mall or the library and you know, some of the misting tents also at the parade. but you know, just think of those indoor places where you know that they're going to be cool and you can spend a few hours in there. back to you. >> surae is live in mclean, virginia, this morning. >> while you slept, an apparent breach of a truce in the capital of yemen. >> gunfire could be heard throughout the night in the streets after a week of bloody fighting there. there had been a truce called between government forces and a tribe seeking the president's ouster. the president's delay has resisted internal and outside pressure to give up the power. in southwest virginia, police say a sheriff's deputy is behind a murder and the wounding of a state trooper in
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the roanoke area. according to investigators, franklin county deputy john agee was off-duty but in his patrol vehicle when he shot his ex-wife in a convenience store parking lot. jennifer agee died at the hospital. a state trooper spotted agee on interstate 81 and that's when police say he shot the trooper. agee was wounded by other troopers in a shoot-out. the injured trooper is expected to recover. >> police in loudoun county say if he lost his own life because his car hit a toyota 4runner along route 9 on sunday. police believe he was using his phone when his car crossed the center line. the couple in the 4runner, jose and anna castro suffered critical injuries from the wreck. d.c. firefighters rescued families stuck in a burning apartment building in northwest. fire broke out in the kitchen of the third floor unit on up evershire street.
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some people went to their windows in case they had to jump. the firefighters got there quickly and used ladders to get everyone down safely. no one was seriously injured. coming up on 5:06, time for the latest your money report. >> jessica doyle is here with a preview of the day ahead on wall street ending may finally. >> that's right. hasta luego, may. thanks for praying. we're happy to be getting rid of may. we've got one day left to trade for this month. right now, the dow s&p 500 and nasdaq all on pace to lose about 2% or more. really ugly month so far. ahead of the long holiday weekend, the stock did manage modest gains. checking the numbers, the dow starts at 12,441, added 38 points in trading. the nasdaq was up by almost 14 points and the s&p 500 was higher by 5. how safe is your rental car? a new bill aims to make it safer. senator charles schumer says federal law needed because of
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serious crashes involving rental cars under recall but not yet fixed. the american car rental association has proposed a two- tiered system. serious problems would keep a car from being rented. less serious problems that don't threaten safety would be fixed as soon as possible. but the car would be rented until then. and some leading experts believe at home genetic tests should be banned. several companies currently offer mail-in tests that will analyze your dna for increased risk of disease. but 63% of geneticists surveyed say they believe the products should be taken off the market and those said such a test should come face-to-face from a doctor and not from the mail. more of a question of best practices at this point. it will be interesting to see how this is resolved. >> what do you have for us in the next half hour? >> empty nest no more. we'll talk about this growing trend in the washington area. >> people moving back in? >> or never leaving! [ laughter ] >> thanks.
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>> thank you, jess. >> sure thing. >> a new warning is out about not withdrawing u.s. troops from afghanistan ahead of schedule. that story is coming up. >> plus, controversy over the weekend, a demonstration at the jefferson memorial where participants were arrested for dancing. >> after a couple of years, the miracle on the hudson plane has landed at its final destination. you're watching 9news now.
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it is 5:09. warm and muggy already. touch of fog out to the west. another scorcher for us literally today except if you're inside or by a pool or something. temperatures are going to be
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around 90. low 90s for the drive home. high today around 94, 95. we're looking at a threat tomorrow which may help. we'll have your full forecast coming up in a few. right now, we go over to angie with a look at timesaver traffic. >> we're looking at the bw parkway tracking southbound trip from laurel past powder mill. still very nice and clear following a tough morning commute on this roadway yesterday. still ahead, we're going to have more maryland roads for you at 5:17. back to andrea and mike. >> making news now at 5:10, some people in libya are returning to the lifestyles of their ancestors. and making their homes in caves as the civil war moves closer. electricity in their towns has been cut and shelling is increasing. libyan increasing. britain's top general is warning against an early withdrawal of u.s. troops in afghanistan. general james buckner said
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troops that arrived last year need to stay until 2012 to hold ground against the taliban. that counters what some lawmakers in the u.s. say here. they say since osama bin laden's death, troops should withdraw more quickly. >> a follow-up to a story we brought you last week. the parts from flight 1549, the miracle on the hudson plane have arrived in charlotte, north carolina. the pieces will be reassembled for display in an aviation museum. flight 1549 was headed to charlotte when it hit a flock of birds but landed safely in the river. we're excited because the big event is almost here. andrea and i will be at the komen race for the cure this saturday to fight breast cancer and coming up at 5:49, we're going to look at one of the local programs that actually gets funding from this event. >> at 5:24, the nationals play long ball against the top pitcher but it was enough? and at 5:14, next, howard has a couple of 80s in his seven-day forecast. [ male announcer ] there's a new ride coming to busch gardens williamsburg --
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>> next week does look like we'll get some relief. by friday, it looks like we'll get some days in the 80s. >> race for the cure. >> race for the cure will be warm saturday morning. it will be in the 70s. >> it is early. >> the earlier the better on saturday morning. >> cooling thing to put around your neck. >> i love those things. >> she knows what she's talking about. >> weatherwise, let's talk about the records to beat on this tuesday. we tied the record at 98 yesterday and baltimore. did not tie records here in the d.c. area. i think the 99 safe at national. 94 in dulles. one of the reasons dulles' records are easier to beat, they've only been around since the 60s, it wasn't always national. the combination of the d.c. records go back to the 1870s. we don't have as much records. i think the 94 -- 1991, it is certainly attainable at dulles today. your bus stop forecast, it is warm, it is muggy. patchy fog well west of washington this morning.
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upper 60s to upper 70s. sunrise in half an hour at 5:45 setting at 8:30 now as it gets later and later. by 11:00, we're already in the upper 80s. bright sunshine. a light north wind becoming perhaps a little bit more northeast or easterly but not going to help much. we'll be in the middle 90s by 3:00. that will be about the high point of the day. about 3:00 or 4:00. we get that onshore breeze to kick a little earlier. national may stay a little bit cooler. you're away from any water today, it will be another -- just oppressively hot day. noon to 8:00, heat advisory is in effect. 100 to 105, like yesterday, when we had lots of folks succumbing to the heat at the parade at the nationals game, the heat is way up way early. we're just not used to it. 75 at the moment. andrea was talking about 75 in maryland. winchester and culpepper at 72
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degrees. we've got police -- partly cloudy skies. the dew points are in the low 70s. this is really sticky stuff. you can see all of the warmth in the eastern part of the country where temperatures are in the 70s up toward minneapolis. casper is only 41. big storm system out west in the upper levels of the atmosphere with another storm coming onshore. these showers and storms middle of the country, this is the hope we have as we head toward tomorrow afternoon. that front comes through with showers and storms scattered about. should cool us down a little bit. clear up some of the humidity but not today. 94. tonight around 70 again. 93 tomorrow with a strong storms in the afternoon. thursday, 90. friday, cooler mid-80s. saturday, we start mainly in the 70s for the race for the cure. sunday, still hot at 91. it is 5:17. good morning, angie. >> good morning, howard. thank you, everybody for joining us. right now, no major tie-ups. green light stays on. we'll begin with our maps. show you north of d.c. as we
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zoom on into the outer loop and move it outside, everyone still moving at speed as we make the trip from route one college park past 29 colesville road over to georgia. back over to the real time graphic, this time, the focus is on interstate 270. seeing a little bit of volume out of urbana. not so bad. we'll show you the live picture here. a little shaky shot for you. we're clear from germtown road all the way down to the split. we're tracking the travel times. we begin with 267, the dulles toll road from 674 to the beltway. about a 6 minute drive time. inner loop is moving well from 395 to the toll road and no problems on d.c.'s 295 approaching the 11th street bridge. still ahead, a look at 395 in virginia. making that northbound trip. i'll have that for you at 5:25. mike, andrea, over to you. u.s. park police are now investigating whether or not their officers mishandled some arrests of five demonstrators who were dancing. >> the protestors danced at the jefferson memorial in opposition to a recent court
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ruling. it upheld the ban on dancing inside the memorial as too disruptive to other visitors. the dancers were arrested on charges of demonstration without a permit and say they'll give repeat performances. >> we're going to keep coming back and keep coming back and expressing our individuality, our freedom of expression, nothing is going to stop us. >> the next dancing demonstration is planned for this saturday. meanwhile, a park police spokesman says the chief has ordered an investigation into whether the arresting officers acted too harshly. >> still ahead, the nationals try to win one against their -- the top team in their division. >> the hard team in their division, too. >> plus two areas who play an exciting game to determine the ncaa lacrosse champion. highlights next in sports. >> before we head to break, time to look at the question of the morning. >> the question was studies showed the more education a person has, the larger this will be. so, is it a, their home? b, their paycheck?
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or c, their signature? >> one of the responses from our facebook page, linda wrote in order to have a larger home, you need a larger paycheck so i say b, paycheck. >> log on to the and leave your response. we'll answer the question in the next half hour. hi, i'm mark fisher, ceo of sport and health. rich amador, our capital one commercial banker really rolls up his sleeves to help keep our business growing. he's done hands-on research to better understand our growing cash flow needs. rich, i am very excited about what you've put together. and with the strength of the largest bank headquartered in the dc area, he's able to fiercely protect our bottom line. plus, he always looks for new perspectives on the club to help us grow. 75 by 16! [ laughs ] [ all ] what's in your wallet?
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outside. we have another scorcher on tap for you. if you've got outdoor plans, good luck today. you hope you can handle it. do it early before it gets really hot. temperatures will be pushing 80 already by 9:00. well in the 80s if not 90 as we get toward the noon hour. this afternoon, you'll see highs, leesburg, 95. that's at 3:00. that's not even the high for the day. we'll be around 94 literally out there. we do have some storms coming tomorrow. mike and andrea, over to you. the nationals do something no one else has done this year against philly starter roy halladay. >> men's lacrosse championship goes to virginia. dave owens has highlights in your morning sports. >> good morning, everybody. amazing maryland and virginia even made it to the lacrosse title game. the terps received a real life crisis in april when ryan young lost his mother. virginia suspended the all- american bratton brothers but both teams persevered to baltimore. that's where we go. 96 degrees at the sweatbox
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known as m and. it bank stadium. at m&t bank stadium. brian young, it is all about you. he scored 6 points in the last meeting. april 2nd. he scored one yesterday. that tied it at 6. just a couple of minutes later though, matt white says check please! time to go home. he had a hat trick and virginia wins it 9-7. >> struggled in the middle of the year. we come together like this. get a win. against a great team. it unbelievable. >> we knew the talent and the type of character this team had. we were able to come together and win a championship. >> it makes me -- that was the dream we all wanted. for them not to be able to be champions in their senior year, it is really hard. >> we still had a great year. we stuck together through the thick and thin. why trade locker rooms with any
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team. >> nats, phillies, a little memorial day matinee. hey, doc, take this says lance nicks. his eighth. first time all year doc has given up multiple home runs in a game. 111 pitches in the heat. he had a lot of gas in the tank there. he strikes out jayson werth. halladay not great but good. phillies win it 5-4. that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm dave owens. have a great tuesday, everybody. today, redskins lineman albert haynesworth is expected in a local courtroom. that story is coming up. >> sarah palin keeps them guessing about a possible presidential run as she tours the mid-atlantic region. quick check of traffic. angie? >> mike, we're look at 395 making the northbound trip so far, so good if we take a live camera of the traffic moving at speed past duke street. still ahead, we're going to look at your district drive when 9news now returns. we'll have that for you at
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good morning and welcome back to 9news now. it is 5:29. i'm andrea roane. >> we're glad you're here. water, light colored clothing, sunscreen. here's angie goff with traffic. mr. bernstein, over to you. >> our basements are still cool this time of year. >> it has not really warmed up. i know a lot of folks have been hiding down below. >> movie night. >> in the afternoon. >> hello, everybody. going to be another scorcher today. record setter out at dulles with a record high of 94. that heat alert, that advisory goes into effect at noon. if that's not enough for you, code orange air quality not healthy for sensitive. we're 75 right now. 92 at 5:00 with a high today mid to late afternoon.
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somewhere in the mid-90s. 94, 95 degrees. yesterday, national got up to 96 and our sunrise in about 15 minutes. high pressure is overhead at the surface. there's nothing able to penetrate it right now. it will be with us today but tomorrow it is going to shift away. here's hoping the afternoon for some thunderstorms although some of those could be strong to severe. we've dropped into the 60s in frederick and martinsburg. leesburg is still 77. 68 in cambridge. 74 at andrews. little bit of fog out to the west toward petersburg and there is your heat advisory in orange covering just about everybody here in the metro from noon to 8:00 with a heat index 100 to 105. dob careful. angie, it is 5:30. >> the green light tells us that we're moving well across the region. let's take a look at the area at-large. no problems to report. we're going to focus in on your district drive. taking it outside. opening that door. showing you northwest d.c., look, very lonely roadway here
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on constitution where it meets 17th street. same situation as we head over to north capital street and h street. it appears that we don't really have anything going on out this way. southwest, it is the same situation. not too many people heading into the district so far. this is independence and washington. looks great. and your train also happy to report that all of these lines are running on-time. still ahead, andrea and mike, we'll look at 95 in maryland at 5:38. over to you. the search is underway for clues in an overnight murder in capitol heights, maryland. >> two men were found on rawlins avenue near denise drive. just before midnight. prince george's county police say they were both dead at the scene and suffered trauma to the body. police have not released any information on the victim's identities or any possible motives or suspects at this point. this morning, albert haynesworth may appear in a fairfax county courtroom. the redskins lineman is facing charges stemming from an alleged road rage incident in february.
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a driver accuses haynesworth of punching him in the face at an intersection. the trial was supposed to start last thursday but the case was delayed amid speculation haynesworth was trying to reach an out-of-court settlement with the other driver. we hear this advice every year. drink plenty of water. use the sun shades, crack the windows in your car if you have to park outside today or you could wind up like some of the performers at monday's memorial day parade, dangerously overheated! rescuers treated at least three dozen people sending some to the hospital with more on today's heat alert, surae chinn joins us live right by a big thermometer in mclean. good morning, surae. >> good morning. i've got my water, hope you at home don't forget yours. we've got the temperature, really didn't budge in the last half hour. 74 degrees here at 5:32. but yeah, yesterday was tough for parade-goers. it was hard to handle. >> no relief in sight except the missing -- the misting
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tents. dozens were treated for heat exhaustion. some carried on to air- conditioned buses. others loaded on to stretchers and taken to the hospital. it was a really tough day for hundreds of marching band members who traveled from across the country to participate in the memorial day parade. and just imagine, having to not only march the route but you're dressed in wool and polyester uniforms. >> like this, minutes on end, just waiting. >> i didn't realize how hot it was until i took off my uniform and i was drenched in sweat. >> it was probably the best experience other than the heat. >> it seems as if the heat arrived sooner but i did some checking and by this time last year, we already had four days in the 90s and we actually tied the record last year with the most 90 degree days. so, today is a good day to really find a cool place, jump in the pool, not all of the pools are open during the weekdays but find an air-
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conditioned place such as the mall or go out and eat in a cool place and just find a library, something to stay cool today. wear light clothing as well. back to you. >> good advice. surae is live in mclean this morning. we're expecting republican mitt romney to make his official announcement later this week on whether or not he's running for president of the united states. it is assumed he is. they'll join five other declared members of the g.o.p. to do that. the speculation remains centered on a 2008 vice presidential candidate. that would be sarah palin. after riding in the rolling thunder in d.c. this weekend, palin spent memorial day on a tour bus making stops at maryland's fort mchenry and in gettysburg, pennsylvania. palin hasn't decided on whether or not she's going to run yet. >> i don't know. i honestly don't know. it is still a matter of looking at the field and considering much. there truly is a lot to consider before you throw yourself out there. >> as her other possible
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candidates, michelle bachmann and former pennsylvania senator rick santorum are expected to jump into the race soon. if he becomes a candidate, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani could be a top contender for the republicans. >> time for another your money report. >> jessica is back and for a lot of couples, the nest apparently is not empty anymore. >> hmm. >> empty nesters. >> for a lot of couples watching this morning, this is going to sound very familiar. gee, mom, it is so good to eat your home cooking again. the couch, so comfortable. young adults are moving back in with their parents more and more in the local suburbs in fairfax, montgomery and prince george's counties. the number grew by 30% over the last decade. that's three times the average rate of population growth. census figures also showing in loudoun county, the numbers there more than doubled and in prince william, growth was twice the rate of the overall counties expansion. experts tell "the washington examiner" that the trend is the result of course, the
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recession, poorhousing choices but also a relaxing of what once was a cultural stigma. too big hacking incidents already this week. we had the cyberbreak-in at bethesda based lockheed martin and a hack at broadcaster pbs. hackers have shifted their focus from companies that stored financial data or classified government information to now seek out corporate secrets or information that can lead to valuable data down the line. other recent hacking attacks also targeted emc, epsilon and sony. nowadays, folks aren't calling a company for appointments. they're using their phone in another way. tapping the power of apps to book their appointments. our partners at "usa today" report the droid and iphone owners are using apps to book a place in line at the hair salon. a tee time at the golf course. sign up for personal training sessions at the health club and book dinner reservations and for folks who hate the phone, pretty good way to go. >> i've done it a couple of
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times. it has worked. it works. it was great. >> i love dinner reservations because then you don't have to talk about times. you can see what's available in the area you want to go to. >> movies. >> cool. >> thanks, jess. ok, we'll answer the question of the day coming up. >> plus, the web hit of the week that's about 100 on the cute meter. howard? >> thanks, andrea. >> time for the united airlines travel cast here. leaving dulls they morning, it is calm. 71 degrees, calm skies. it should be pretty smooth. leaving town. check out the heat though. still in places like pittsburgh, columbus, detroit. low 90s. chicago, could see some storms later. they're ok this morning. 88 degrees for a high there. denver is warming up. in the 60s yesterday. in the southwest, we're looking warm as you would expect. phoenix to 99. out on the west coast, l.a. is in the 60s with sunshine. but in the northwest, another storm coming onshore in
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seattle. their highs today into the lower 60s. it is all they can do.
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>> we've got humidity and warm temperatures and we're off to the races once again on this tuesday. our day planner calling for readings which will make it into the mid-90s by 3:00, 94. north and east wind at 5, 7, 8 miles per hour. heat advisory goes into effect at noon. heat index values could get to 100 to 105. seven-day is coming up in a few minutes. right now, inside to angie with timesaver traffic. >> thank you, howard.
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we're taking a look at 95 making the southbound trip down all the way to 495. finding the lanes wide open. more maryland roadways for you. i'll have it in my next traffic report. >> thank you, angie. with the holiday weekend behind us, we have a commuter alert for you. this first one is for overnight drivers who use the beltway in alexandria. crews working on the wilson bridge project will be closing lanes around telegraph road from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. tonight through friday night, only, one lane of the outer loop will be open at the telegraph road exit. tonight through thursday, mill road will be closed where it runs under telegraph road. also tonight through thursday, the eisenhower connector ramp to the outer loop will be closed. these updates are on our web site, click on traffic. if you're not ready to go right back to work after the long holiday weekend, we found some video that will definitely bring a smile to your face. check out this chase at the san diego zoo. see this little guy running back and forth.
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he runs in front of the sea otters at the pool. one otter stays with him the whole way. they go back and forth. the little boy even stops or changes direction. watch him stop. right here. the otter stays with him -- he's like look! you're not going to escape me. how cute is that. it has already had a million hits online. the sea otter is absolutely hysterical. >> does it make you want to go back to work? >> no. >> it makes you want -- >> i want to go to the zoo now. that's adorable. >> very neat. well, the shuttle astronauts are performing some final checks before tomorrow's early morning landing. >> plus, we'll meet a local breast cancer survivor who's benefited from the money raised right here in the d.c. area by komen for the cure. >> here's a look at who's celebrating a birthday today. oscar winning director and actor clint eastwood. he's 81. terry waite survived years of captivity in lebanon. super bowl winning quarterback
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broadway joe namath is 68. actor sharon gless is 68. >> actor tom berenger is 61. she co-starred with michael j. fox, leah thompson is 50. brooke shields turns 46 today. bad boy actor colin farrell turns 35. if it is your birthday, happy birthday. we'll be right back. ok. what if i just had a small slice? i was good today, i deserve it! or, i could have a medium slice and some celery sticks and they would cancel each other out, right? or...ok. i could have one large slice and jog in place as i eat it or...ok. how about one large slice while jogging in place followed by eight celery... mmm raspberry cheesecake... i have been thinking about this all day. wow, and you've lost weight! oh yeah, you're welcome. thank you! [ female announcer ] yoplait light. with 30 delicious flavors all around 100 calories each. yoplait. it is so good. it was in my sister's neighborhood.
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>> i hope your air conditioning is working. if not, will you notice it quickly. >> my neighbor's is squealing. >> i wonder how long -- the unit is squealing. not the neighbor. >> that's an entirely different problem. >> you know, when the ac unit goes, we may hear the screeches from inside the house. exactly. weerptwise. i think it will go at some point. >> the hardest person to get on the line is the repair people. >> there were some working yesterday. believe it or not. >> they may be working but if you need it -- >> you paid for it! and then some.
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weatherwise, let's get you going with your bus stop forecast. school is still in session. about two more weeks of it. then the little ones will be off for the summer. it is a warm and muggy start to the day. we've got temperatures most of them in the 70s. a few spots have dipped into the upper 60s and sunrise occurring as we speak really a moment ago here in washington. maybe a minute or so if you're in one of the western suburbs. day planner today, sunshine, heat, humidity. upper 70s by 8:00. 90s by noon. north winds go easterly. 4:00. still, 93, 94 degrees. heat index values by then will be over 100 in many areas. a heat advisory goes into effect at noon. at 8:00 p.m., 86. if like to go outside and exercise, do it early. though the humidity is high. either way, it will be a tough run this morning. but it is going to be almost impossible this afternoon. dangerous this afternoon! 75 at reagan national. 27 fredericksburg and gaithersburg and in easton. these are the 60s we're seeing
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out to the west. we've noticed fog out toward stanton and petersburg, west virginia. culpepper had a touch of raise in the air as well. 68 in manassas. haymarket, leesburg still 77 degrees. 68 one of the cool spots at fort belvoir. columbia this morning, 75 along with reagan national. under mostly sunny skies. a little hazy out there. the winds? what winds. we need a little breeze to kick things up. the humidity high at 90%. big storms right here in the middle of the country. >> this upper storm near bismarck, this has some snow. snow yesterday in montana and wyoming. right here, a front. this front will continue to move east and southeast tomorrow afternoon, that front will touch off some showers and storms for us. that will actually help cool it off a little bit by thursday and dry it out, the air anyway, a little bit as well. friday even looks better. today, hot, sticky, 94. 93 for your wednesday with scattered strong storms tomorrow afternoon.
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thursday, 90 degrees. a little drier. friday, cooler, down into the 80s. saturday and sunday, we're back in the low 90s for the race for the cure, saturday morning. looks like we'll have temperatures mainly in the 70s with sunshine. speaking of sunshine, here's smiling angie. >> you're too kind, howard. thank you very much. 12 minutes away from the 6:00 hour. we've got the green light on. still no major problems to tell you about. taking it to over to the maps and zooming it into the outer loop. we show from you new hampshire over to georgia avenue, this is what we're dealing with outside. drivers tracking the headlights. back over to our graphics and this time, we're going to shift the focus down to the prince george's county area. out in fort washington, accokeek, clinton, brandywine, everything out here is all clear. just the typical volume we're used to seeing. we're watching your travel times, hey, virginia, 66 headed eastbound, still looking bat 10 minutes, the inner loop from 395 to the toll road, not so bad. toll road itself at 28 and
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virginia, both roadways are moving without incident. check on more virginia roadways, mike, i'll have that at the start of 6:00. back over to you. making news at 5:48, the national guard has been called out in eastern montana. where nearly all of the water ways are at or above flood stage. hundreds of people have been evacuated. billings usually gets 14 inches of rain per year. they have 10 inches just this month plus the snow melt isn't over. >> in south dakota, people are packing. the missouri river is rising. authorities are warning people it could hit record levels. residents getting ready to evacuate are moving their valuable items they can't carry to the upper floors of their home. >> the space shuttle "endeavour" should be back on earth in less than 24 hours. this morning, astronauts have been checking out the shuttle's flight control services which is standard procedure the day before they land to make sure everything checks out ok. as they try to re-enter the earth's atmosphere. >> the countdown is on. only three more days until the
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komen global race for the cure. 75% of moneys raised stay right here in our community. this morning, we take a look at how one local clinic is benefitting from that money and how it is helping them reach more people in their community. >> saved my life literally. >> marlene alvarez is talking about the arlington free clinic. >> i had had a lump under my arm. i didn't know i had to check under my arm. >> she was in a class like this when she found her stage three breast cancer in 2003. now, in remission and feeling great, she's sharing her journey with other women and teaching her own class to help build awareness about breast health and early detection. >> we have -- it is in our hands. being responsible for -- be responsible for yourself examinations. >> the classes are available because of a komen grant. the arlington free clinic provides medical care to many
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uninsured women and men in the county but they can't reach everyone. this is helping them expand the mission into the community. >> we now have a fifth clinic we've opened up to people who don't get into our lottery or perhaps are not our patients. our goal is for every woman who is 40 years other older who is low income and doesn't have insurance, we want them all to get mammograms every year. >> martha ware says these women received more than just a mammogram. all women attend the class and receive a full breast health exam with one of the volunteer medical staff before their screening. if any tests are abnormal, the clinic takes care of their follow-up. >> take the fear away. get them to feel empowered. this is something they need to take control of. even if you don't have money. >> breast cancer survivors know how important places like this are for their overall care, physically and emotionally. >> i don't want to -- i can't
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say. i told them thank you. >> oh, my gosh. i don't have words to say enough thank yous. >> the grant has also provided funds to hire someone to help with community outreach. the clinic wants to spread the word will early detection and their free breast health program to every woman in the community. you, too, can make a difference. there is still time to register for the komen global race for the cure but the online registration ends today at noon there. is late registration and events pick up june 1-3. you can do that at the hyatt regency on capitol hill from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to. register or make a donation, go to buddy check. the money that is raised from the race today, 75% stays right here in the community. so, you're doing it for yourselves and those you care about. >> join us, say hello, pitch in. i'll be running, andrea will be
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hosting. >> we're meeting at maryland avenue and third streets northwest. come on down. look for mike. he's the tallest guy there. >> time to answer the question of the morning now. >> studies show the more education a person has, the larger this will be. is it a, their home? b, their paycheck? or c, their signature? >> this answer on our facebook page cracks me up. debra bean wrote i don't see a letter d, ego. >> anderson wrote c, just because you're smart doesn't mean you're getting paid and not all smart people have a big house. so, the answer is c. >> she's right. their signature. >> that gets bigger with the more money you have. >> so, john hancock had a really big bottom line. >> a high end boutique opens in tysons. >> plus, we're learning the specifics about where prince william and his new bride, catherine will go on their
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>> is 5:56, a warm sticky tuesday morning with temperatures now into the 70s in most areas, even a few spots in the upper 70s this morning. we're headed toward 80 by 9:00 if not the lower 80s in areas. lunchtime, nobody's going to be eating lunch outside unless they have to with temperatures in the mid to the upper 80s. this afternoon, we'll be into the low to mid-90s. may see the slightest shower one or two. that's it. i really think our shower chances are going up tomorrow. that will help. but highs once again, the heat advisory around 94. angie, over to you. one of d.c.'s newest restaurants lincoln is making a presidential splash summer. big draws include seasonal small plates and contemporary decor that boasts more than a million pennies. you can emancipate your hunger
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with caramelized grape risotto. it fits their motto. food for the people by the people. visit for a full review and reviews of the signature cocktails. new in mclean, the d.c. area's first boutique. the soft opening of the new store in tysons galleria from purses to shoes to clothing, the shop carries a wide collection of the designers bold colors and graphic prints. what we're learning more details about the new royal couple's trip to north america. prince william and catherine who is the duchess of cambridge, traveled thousands of miles on their first official trip together. they will start in canada june 30th and making stops in ottawa, montreal and quebec city. charlottetown and summerside on prince edward island then the
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northwest -- in yellow life, calgary, alberta. they tour los angeles july 8- 10. you can check out the blog oh my goff. you'll find a link on our home page at and of course, you can send me your story ideas on facebook as well. wow, they have quite the travel itinerary. >> all of a sudden, they're in l.a. >> with the stars. >> yellow knife to l.a. that's a big difference. >> i wonder if they'll get a walk of fame star. seems like they're giving those out left and right. >> thank you for watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. a star-studded morning newscast. absolutely. i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. >> a star to my right and to my left and the big star of the day, mr. howard bernstein your weather first. >> the heat. people will be throwing things at me. if you're going to throw anything at me, make it an ice cube or a sno-co


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